We suggest that you gather as much information as possible to improve your plans. Below are lists of related organizations and trade magazines.
American Red Cross:
Canadian Center for Emergency Preparedness
Center for Disease Control
Contingency Planning Magazine
Department of Homeland Security
Disaster Recovery Institute
Offers the premier world certification program for business continuity professionals.
Disaster Recovery Journal
Free magazine subscription (required reading for business continuity and emergency management professionals).
Sample Disaster Recovery Plans and other valuable tools
Disaster Resource Guide
Free Annual guide listing resources for disaster recovery, business continuity, educational articles.
Minimum Disaster Supplies Checklist
ESRI/FEMA Custom Hazards Map
Type in your location and view hazards in your area. (Flood plains, historic tornados earthquakes etc.)
Guidelines for workers following a disaster
Don’t wait until after a disaster or a shooting to plan your response.
Very accurate current national weather information.
Current severe weather information
International Association of Emergency Managers
National Center For Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
National Domestic Preparedness Office
The clearinghouse for state, local and federal weapons of mass destruction information and assistance.
Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado
They have an excellent newsletter to subscribe to (free).
NOAA information on Natural Hazards
Simpler Life Emergency Provisions
One stop shopping for emergency preparedness, medical and family supplies.
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